You and Maddie have fun with multiplication and division, Ethan!
Now we're working on multiplication and division. Whew, time flies!
I missed this posting back in '14, Ethan, and it makes me smile to see it now!
Love how she's just learning how to 'dance'. 🥰
John - Thank you for the kind words. The little one inherited the "cuteness" gene from her mother, not me ; )
Helen - Thank you for the kind words. I keep saying this, but it's amazing watching her at this age interact and explore sounds and music. Her very first exposure to music was her mother's voice then the dulcimer. It's neat to know that the sound of the dulcimer will be engrained in her "musical" memory from early on.
Kristi - If someone could find a way to bottle a child's energy and sell it, they'd become a billionare. I'd have to be one of their first customers : ) Thanks for the kind words.
That is as cute as can be (nice playing too).
This is adorable Ethan...and you're not bad either. Seriously, great playing and Maddie is gorgeous.... definitely a future musician.
Way to go Maddie! Keep Daddy in practice 'cause he will need lots of energy to keep up with you.
Ken - Maybe she will be a dulcimer player. Time will tell. As long as she stays away from the drums ; )
I don't know if anyone has noticed but if you look to the left you cab see a guy playing the dulcimer too!
....joking aside it is so nice to see someone so young obviously enjoying music. We are definitely meant to be doping this!
That was great! Fun watching the future dulcimer player getting into the music
Marion - Perhaps one day she'll pick an instrument and learn to make a little joy herself : )
Dan - Thanks !
Paul - The trick is getting them interested while they're young ; )
Nice video, Ethan. It is wonderful to see children enjoying music